Investigators said the man and his girlfriend woke up after hearing noise coming from the balcony of their second-floor apartment unit.
The fentanyl that killed the pair, identified by the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office as Patrick Savoy Oneill, 29, and his son Liam Savoy-Oneill, 13-months, was obtained in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday.
Unlicensed contractors are prohibited from performing work on a project valued at $500 or more in combined labor and material costs. The contractors face misdemeanor charges of contracting without a license.
Suspect not shot but is tackled
Several callers reported that the person had a gun and was pointing it at people and cars.
Attorneys inked the deal with PG&E Friday, paving the way for thousands of wildfire victims to receive compensation.
Officers say they received reports that the man was holding a rifle. He was arrested on charges of making criminal threats and brandishing a weapon.
The outage was reported about 2:55 p.m. Sunday, said PG&E spokesman J.D. Guidi.
The rebuild neighborhoods are strung with straw barriers to help absorb runoff and guide it away from the home sites.
Debora Villalon reports from Santa Rosa.
PG&E says as of December, they are just over 70% done clearing 2,544 miles of overhead electric lines.
Ward, who had a history of prior health problems, died shortly after being taken out of his car and placed into handcuffs.
Weather officials said temperatures may drop to the mid 20s to near 30. Isolated areas may see temperatures in the low 20s.
One kitten's "hankering for peanut butter" ended in a rescue by police after the small feline's head became stuck in a jar.
After the deputies handcuffed the suspect he had a medical emergency. Deputies began life-saving measures and requested medical personnel and the suspect was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Santa Rosa police are investigating the pursuit through the time of the suspect's death and the Marin County coroner's office will conduct an autopsy.
This year, the Kincade Fire threw a curve ball when the organization suddenly found itself feeding 25,506 people affected by the massive wildfire.
Andre Senior reports
“Feels pretty good to give back to people that gave to me,” Michael Swartz said.
An underground vault rupture in Santa Rosa on Tuesday knocked power out in the city.